Daily Roundup: Jan. 31

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Jan 31, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • The investigation into the culture of Maryland’s football program cost the University System of Maryland more than $1.57 million, with four of eight commissioner members billing the university more than six figures apiece for their two months of work, The Washington Post reports.
  • The Pittsburgh City Paper spoke to ex-KDKA producer Michael Telek who was fired after labeling Tom Brady a “known cheater” in a graphic.
  • For the third time in five years, the Patriots stumbled to a 2-2 start, with humbling losses to the Jaguars and Lions. The Monday Morning Quarterback’s Conor Orr on why September never reflects what the Pats will look like in January.
  • Football players with CTE are often described as a complete mess at the end. Jason Hairston hid his symptoms well, The New York Times reports.

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